The City of Flagstaff will hold the regularly scheduled Mayor and Council Election on Tuesday, November 8, 2022. In this election, registered voters who reside in the city of Flagstaff will elect a Mayor and three Councilmembers and decide any ballot measure propositions referred by the City Council.
If more than two candidates file nominating petitions for each vacancy in office, a Primary Election will be called on Tuesday, August 2, 2022. In the event that no more than two candidates file nominating petitions for each vacancy in office, the Primary Election may be dispensed with as to that office.
Statements of Interest
Statements of Interest have been submitted by potential candidates for the following offices.
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The Arizona Secretary of State provides an online candidate petition collection portal (E-Qual) that may be used by all county, city, and town jurisdictions in Arizona for electors to securely sign candidates' nomination petitions. E-Qual verifies voter information against the statewide voter registration database and provides the voter with a list of nomination petitions eligible for them to sign.
For more information on how to sign a petition online refer to the E-Qual Voter Guide.
Mayor and Council Terms
The Mayor is elected at-large by voters residing in Flagstaff. The Mayor is elected for a 2-year term.
There are 7 Councilmembers. Each Councilmember is elected by voters residing in Flagstaff. Councilmembers are elected for a 4-year term.
The Mayor seat and three City Councilmember seats will be up for election in 2022. If you are interested in becoming a candidate please contact the City Clerk's Office for more information.
Flagstaff Regular Election Dates
The regular Flagstaff elections for Mayor and City Council are held in November of even-numbered years. Should a primary election be needed, it would be held in August of even-numbered years.
Consolidated Election Dates
Special elections may be called by the City Council or as required by law. State law allows special elections (if any) to be held on only four dates each year.
- March (second Tuesday)
- May (third Tuesday)
- August (first Tuesday)
- November (first Tuesday after the first Monday)